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David Snape considers himself just an ordinary Autistic man, who loves his gaming, sport, work, friends and family. He does his best daily to  generate the power of positivity and encourage his listeners and community to do the same.

David hosts a weekly radio show and three vlogs a week. Check here often for the latest!

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  • “Am I going to die?” Explaining Autism to Children
    Originally posted on Odd Dad & His Aspie: Within our local community of families with Autism, a recurring question and ongoing discussion is the appropriateness of explaining an Autism diagnosis to your spectrum child. There are many dimensions to this question some of which may be unique to each family. There is a reason Autism…
  • He was a Great Man
    Originally posted on Reflections From the Heart: This upcoming Memorial Day as I remember Florentino Mendez, my mind goes back to when I was a little girl sitting at my grandpa’s feet. I sat Indian-style and watched him scatter newspapers on the floor, laying out the shoes in a neat row and placing an old…
  • This Week Radio Show 26.5.17
    On this weeks 1 hour music show: Hall of Fame: Louden Swain Record of the week: Plan B – in the name of man New Artist Showcase: Cigarettes after sex, Molly Nilsson and Beach House Hope you enjoy the showFiled under: Autism, Music, Radio Tagged: autism, fun, inspire, music, new music, radio
  • Post of the week – Your Words
    Congratulations to Eclipsed and in turmoil blog for this weeks post of the week ‘your words’. You deserve it and i hope you and everyone else enjoys listening to your poem read out.Filed under: talk, video
  • Blue the sky by Gary Bertnick 
    Blue the sky and red the roseGreen the grass in a perfect meadow Bright the days of a man triumphant White covers the sins of a new born heart Great the mercy of One who cares Clear they eyes of the “Blood bought” son Wise the heart of the woman who draws near New the … Continue reading Blue the sky by Gary Bertnick  →
  • My Autism Life 10 – If your friends don’t have time for you, find new ones
    On the next of my autism life videos, i will be talking about if your friends don’t have time for you, find new ones. Talking about my experiences with friends and my honest opinion on that very subject. Hope you enjoy.Filed under: Autism, talk, video Tagged: autism, friends, life, vlog
    Originally posted on UPSIDE DOWN REFLECTIONS : I believe humans are a weird species. My last post dealt with the very weirdities of?life that make us human. This post is the second in the weird human species series. I walk on my terrace every day, sometimes with my family and but mostly alone with myself. There…
  • ACT 3
    Originally posted on Midnight Missives and Musings: As the curtain comes down on my second Act, I take a brief intermission today before it rises on Act 3 tomorrow. I seem to live my life in increments of 30 years. I am not one to run to the fortunetellers on a regular basis, but I…
  • An Asperger’s View On Empathy and Authenticity
    Originally posted on Odd Dad & His Aspie: Now in my mid-forties, memories of my childhood are increasingly fleeting, lack detail, and nuance. I will say that my parents were strongly committed to family and sought to have a home full of love, respect, and discipline. Of course, no family is perfect. Mine was no…
  • Your Words
    Originally posted on Eclipsed and in turmoil: When I read the words you weave it is as if you are whispering in the stormy night when hurricanes thrive and lighting crashes rumbling through the dark but I hear you even when you do not utter a word just by looking in your heart in your…

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